PRINCESS CHELSEA Live in London

Machines Of Loving Grace The solo synth work of Pikachunes kicked off the action at what was essentially a Lil’ Chief record label showcase at the Monto Water Rats. Pikachunes’ DIY approach to electropop is intriguing not just for the … Read More

ULTRAVOX – Brilliant

“Radiate and shine – to light your path to glory…” As far as new studio album releases go, the collaborative talents of the classic line-up of Ultravox, featuring Midge Ure, Billy Currie, Chris Cross and Warren Cann, have been somewhat … Read More

An Interview With BILLY CURRIE

The True Transmission Billy Currie is a classically trained, multi-talented instrumentalist / composer. With a serious musical background, he was once offered a place at London’s prestigious Royal Academy of Music back in 1969. He opted not to go; the … Read More

TASTY FISH : 30 Lost Songs of the CD Era

By no means a comprehensive list, here is a snapshot of electronic music from between 1990 to 1999 featuring 30 near-hits, minor hits, flops and oddities. Not all of these were released in the UK, with many treasures emanating from … Read More

KRAFTWERK Live in New York

There’s no doubt about the influence KRAFTWERK has had on OMD. Both founding members have come out dozens of times citing the German experimental electronic band as a main influence. Lead singer Andy McCluskey jokes of how their song ‘Electricity’ … Read More

PRINCESS CHELSEA Lil’ Golden Book

New Zealand’s PRINCESS CHELSEA presents a magical and captivating brand of Electropop that’s guaranteed to charm even the most jaded listener. Auckland-based musician and producer Chelsea Nikkel is a classically trained pianist whose pop roots stretch back to the likes … Read More

Introducing JESSE RUINS

Bassy dreampop delights There’s an intriguing electronic music scene in Japan at the moment which is the polar opposite of the more familiar primary colours of the contemporary J-Pop scene. Jesse Ruins is a good example of this with their … Read More

Introducing SAPPHIRE SLOWS

Ethereal moods from Japan… One of the more interesting and intriguing acts to emerge from the Japanese electronic music scene comes courtesy of the ethereal soundscapes of Sapphire Slows. Composing tunes in her bedroom on her trusty laptop this Tokyo-based … Read More

An Interview with STEVE STRANGE

Aiming for gold… Original New Romantic vocalist Steve Strange of Visage fame is synonymous with one of the most flamboyant stylistic images; he defined and inspired an era. He’s a figurehead that not only created a legend with the masterminding … Read More

GRIMES – Visions

Without change something sleeps inside us, and seldom awakens… It’s been a very interesting period for the electronic music enthusiast with electropop gaining a very prominent profile via some of the new artists emerging. The term ‘Renaissance Period’ has been … Read More

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